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The Ghost Tribe

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The Ghost Tribe
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Produced for: The Phantom #35 (1969)
# of pgs: 23
Writer: Bill Harris
Artist: Bill Lignante
Original colorist: unknown
Producer: Charlton Comics

"The Ghost Tribe" is a 1969 Charlton story, written by Bill Harris and drawn by Bill Lignante.

Plot summary

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Recurring characters

One-time characters






Old Jungle Sayings

Behind the scenes

  • It is very probable that this story was intended for the never published #29 of King Comics' Phantom series. The creators were the regular team from the King series, and in Mexico this story was published along with the intended cover for #29.


This story has been published in the following publications:

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  • "قبیله ارواح" (romanized as "Ghabile arvah"), Mosavar #16 (1970)

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  • "ปีศาจมายา", Phantom #7 (ca 1995)

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  • "Das Geheimnis der Totenkopf-Masken", Phantom #97 (1978)